CD49b


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CD49b

a type I transmembrane protein present on platelets, T cells, B cells, fibroblasts, and endothelial cells involved in platelet adhesion of collagen; may be expressed in melanomas.

CD49B

This term continues to be widely used amongst immunologists; the preferred HUGO symbol for the gene is ITGA2.
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According to the manufacturer's instructions, the non-T-helper cells as well as regulatory T cells and [gamma]/[delta]T cells were depleted by indirect magnetic labeling using a cocktail of lineage-specific biotin-conjugated antibodies against CD8a, CD45R, CD49b, CD11b, and Ter-119, as well as antibodies against CD25 and TCR[gamma]/[delta] in combination with Anti-Biotin MicroBeads.
2] the levels of the adhesion molecules CD49f, CD49b, CD29, and CD44 were increased.
5] cells/25 [micro]l) from the splenocytes were stained with 10 [micro]l of FITC-labelled anti-mouse CD4, PE-labelled CD8, PE-Cy5-labelled anti-mouse CD3, PE-Cy5 anti-mouse CD3e, FITC-labelled anti-mouse CD49b, PE-labelled NK-T, FITC-labelled anti-mouse CD14, PE-labelled CD11 c, PE-Cy5-labelled CD137, FITC-labelled CD86, PE-Cy5-labelled MHC11 at 4[degrees]C for 30 min in the dark.